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    Default Network card problem(ethernet)

    Hello!
    I need some help, so if you can help me, it would be great.

    I have a little problem. BT2 can't recognize my network card, Realtek 8139D PCI Fast Ethernet. Is there any possibility to make this "thing" work? Any?

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    I guess that I would have to buy new netowrk card...

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    Maybe you could be a little more vague, because "BT2 can't recognize my network card" is definately way too much info for us.
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    Ok, sorry, but what can I say more. When I start BT2, I can only see local loopback(lo) interface, and my network card is plugged. There is no eth0. I can't find dirver for free on the Internet for my card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milosh.obilic View Post
    Ok, sorry, but what can I say more. When I start BT2, I can only see local loopback(lo) interface, and my network card is plugged. There is no eth0. I can't find dirver for free on the Internet for my card.
    have you checked to see if your card is supported with BT2 ?

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    According to google it's a card to avoid under linux:
    http://www.google.ca/search?q=linux+8139d

    I suppose you could try:
    http://www.ovislink.com.tw/DRIVERS/8139/linux-help.htm

    There's more out there, practice your google'fu
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    Ok, thank you very much, I'll try this as soon as possible. If I don't make it, I will buy a new network card.

    Best regards!

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